The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) has released updated estimates on the financial impacts of the federal carbon tax on Saskatchewan producers. Analysis shows that Saskatchewan farmers will lose 12% of net income to carbon tax by 2022. Click here to read the complete release. For background information, click here.
The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan Board of Directors may refer matters for further consideration and analysis to one of its six policy committees, which report back to the Board of Directors and general assembly with recommendations. Each policy committee includes representation from Directors, Representatives, and Associate Member organizations.
Under the guidance of the APAS Board and supported by staff, these policy committees tackle the issues affecting Saskatchewan agriculture and rural communities. Click below to find out more about what each committee is working on, and to read some of APAS' submissions on various issues.